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Bricks

April 3, 2014 by Malinda Casby (Register to contact)

Hello
Not sure if this the same Alumni that requested funds for bricks in front of L.B.Landry. I answered that request. Didn't hear any thing else.
So this trip home in search of the bricks I will say I'm truly disappointed in the way it looks. If you did not get enough money to fill the spot why not just put empty bricks. It's half done. The Alumni fought so hard for the school name but it look as though pride went out the door. So as an Alumni how about we fix the problem.

Thanks,
Malinda Casby class of 1978
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